Past Confrences

The 2012 ASEE Conference was held in San Antonio, Texas.

The Denice D. Denton best paper in 2012 was “Leadership and Service Learning Improves Confidence of Engineering Skills in Women ”. Authors are Jennifer Wang, University of California, Berkeley; Eli PattenUniversity of California, Berkeley; Ryan ShelbyUniversity of California, Berkeley; Farzana AnsariUniversity of California, Berkeley; Lisa A PruittUniversity of California, Berkeley. See more details here.

In 2012, the Mar H. Wasburn Early Engineering Educator Grant (EEEG) was awarded to a graduate student and to a postdoc associate: Rachel Louis and Katerina Bagiata (announcement here).

The 2011 ASEE Conference was held June 26-29, 2011 in beautiful downtown Vancouver, British Columbia. Conference Highlights are available here and program information is available here.

The Denice D. Denton best paper in 2011 was “Programs and Practices Making a Difference: A Cross-Case Analysis Identifying Programs and Factors that Influence Recruitment and Retention of Women Engineering Students ”. Authors are Lois Calian Trautvetter, Northwestern University; Rose M. Marra, University of Missouri, Columbia; Lisa R. Lattuca, Pennsylvania State University, University Park; Katie L. Piacentini, University of Missouri, Columbia; Mr. David B Knight, Pennsylvania State University, University Park. See more details here.

In 2011, the Apprentice Educator Grant (AEG) program supported Stephanie Claussen, a Ph.D. student at Stanford University, and Sara Atwood, assistant professor at Elizabethtown College (announcement here).

The 2010 ASEE Conference was in Louisville, KY June 20-23, 2010. Conference Highlights are available here and program information is available here.

The Denice D. Denton best paper in 2010 was “The Effect of Gender on Support and Self-Efficacy in Undergraduate Engineering Programs”! Authors are Rachelle Reisberg, Northeastern University; Margaret Bailey, Rochester Institute of Technology; Carol Burger, Virginia Tech; Jerry Hamann, University of Wyoming; Joe Raelin, Northeastern University; and David Whitman, University of Wyoming. See more details here.

The Apprentice Educator Grant (AEG) program supported Kim Bigelow, Assistant Professor at University of Dayton in 2010 (announcement here).

The 2009 ASEE Conference was in Austin, TX June 14-17, 2009. Conference Highlights are available here and program information is available here.

The Denice D. Denton best paper in 2009 was AC 2009-213: “A Cross-Institutional Comparison of Educational Factors Promoting or Discouraging the Intent to Remain in Engineering”. Authors are Peggy Meszaros, Virginia Tech and Catherine Amelink, Virginia Tech. See more details here.